Definitions

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  • adjective superlative form of rotten: most rotten.

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Examples

  • Her daddy think that they doin’ to her but he don’t see that Sinestra the rottenest apple in the barrel.

    White Butterfly

  • I've always noticed it's the fastidious, la-de-da ones that turn out the rottenest.

    CHAPTER I

  • The friends had first met when Watson was part of the 406, the department that did some of the rottenest jobs in the mill, such as cleaning out the grease pits and sumps.

    National Workers Memorial to be dedicated in Silver Spring

  • The friends had first met when Watson was part of the 406, the department that did some of the rottenest jobs in the mill, such as cleaning out the grease pits and sumps.

    National Workers Memorial to be dedicated in Silver Spring

  • Made from the juiciest of rotten apples, the rottenest of juicy maggots, and bits of skin and rags that fell into the barrel.

    Retail therapy gone mad

  • The friends had first met when Watson was part of the 406, the department that did some of the rottenest jobs in the mill, such as cleaning out the grease pits and sumps.

    National Workers Memorial to be dedicated in Silver Spring

  • I said: "What do you advise?" or words to that effect, and he didn't know, so we had a brief discussion, the fruit of which was one of the rottenest ideas I've ever heard.

    Isabelle

  • People don't respond well to being forced to face the rottenest parts of their character -- like, say, the part that snickered when it first saw dowdy, awkward Susan Boyle and heard that she had dreams of being a successful singer -- and they usually respond by overcompensating in the opposite direction.

    Chez Pazienza: The Ugly Truth

  • Later he quotes Kissinger describing George H.W. Bush as "a very petty man" and Donald Rumsfeld as "the rottenest person he had known in government."

    A Schmoozer Shares All

  • One of the rottenest-looking parts of the town, I think, is down by the landing-wharf: though it may be, that its being associated with a great deal of rottenness on the evening of our arrival, has stamped it deeper in my mind.

    Pictures from Italy

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